BYOD - Windows

  • To connect your Windows device to district wireless, you'll need to perform four steps.


    1. Find your Wi-Fi hardware address

    Wi-Fi addresses are also called Media Access Control (MAC) addresses. They look like 98-ab-76-cd-54-ef

    Click Start, type cmd and press Enter, type getmac /v and press enter, write down the Physical Address for your wireless card

    2. Register your Wi-Fi address

    1. Go to 
    2. Log in with your f- or s-number
    3. Click Add
    4. Name it something you'll recognize
    5. Enter your Wi-Fi address from step 1 (no dashes necessary)

    "Pending" means the device has been successfully registered.

    3. Connect to FNSBSD-BYOD

    The password is PersonalDevice (no space).

    4. Install the Securly certificate

    1. Download
    2. Double click securly_ca_2020.crt
    3. Click Install Certificate
    4. Select Local Machine
    5. Select Place all certificate in the following store
    6. Click Browse, select Trusted Root Certification Authorities, and click OK
    7. NextFinishOKOK.

    Firefox Securly cert:

    1. Download
    2. In Firefox, in the top right corner, click the three horizontal lines
    3. Select Options
    4. On the left select Privacy & Security
    5. Scroll all the way down and click View Certificates
    6. Click Import and select securly_ca_2020.crt that you downloaded earlier
    7. Click Open and check the boxes that say Trust this CA to identify websites/email users and click OK

    If you need assistance, please call the help desk at extension x11397

Last Modified on September 10, 2019